Professor Joel Johnson, "Supreme Court Cases of Interest" -- ABA Criminal Justice Magazine
Professor Joel S. Johnson's column, "Supreme Court Cases of Interest," is published in ABA Criminal Justice Magazine. The column is the first installation regarding pending Supreme Court criminal law and procedure cases that Professor Johnson will be publishing on a quarterly basis for the magazine.
From Supreme Court Cases of Interest:
The Supreme Court’s new term is underway. The headline from the October sitting was that Justice Jackson, the Court’s newest member, won’t be shy about asking sharp questions. She showed herself to be a skilled and frequent questioner during her first set of arguments, uttering more than twice as many words as any other justice during the Court’s eight October arguments, according to a tally by Empirical SCOTUS blogger Adam Feldman.
The complete column may be found at American Bar Association